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World Cup 2014: A Local Guide

The FIFA World Cup is in full swing in Brazil. And bars and restaurants around Washington are catering to specific expats, immigrant communities and loyal fan groups. On game day, Brazilian fans come together to watch the Seleção at the Grill from Ipanema in the District. The American Outlaws-- a supporter club of the U.S. soccer team-- converge on the Laughing Man Tavern. We find out the best place to watch (almost) all 32 teams competing this summer.

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